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museum of london gown 1801 | Her silver and white evening gown, on loan from the Museum of London;

Princess Charlotte’s Bellflower Court Dress, museum of london gown Princess Charlotte's silver and white evening gown, on loan from the Museum of London;

Red gauze dress with chenille embroidery. A light open weave fabric woven in Scotland, gauze or leno, ca 1808

Red gauze dress with chenille embroidery. A light open weave fabric woven in Scotland, gauze or leno. The dress shows signs of having been cut down from an adult garment to fit a child. Date 1808 AD - 1808 AD Image Number 002106 Museum of London

Embroidered gown of fine white muslin (detail), c. 1803-05. Shallow fall-front bodice with Bucks lace. Bucks refers to Buckinghamshire a county to the north west of London where there was an extensive lace industry during the 18th and 19th centuries.

Embroidered gown of fine white muslin (detail), c. Shallow fall-front bodice with Bucks lace. Bucks refers to Buckinghamshire a county to the north west of London where there was an extensive lace industry during the and centuries.

philadelphia museum of art dress 1820 | Evening Dress 1817 The Philadelphia Museum of Art

made in France silk and wool gauze with silk satin, iron floral pailettes, silk embroidery, glass beads, silk cording Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Woman's Evening Dress

Evening dress Date: 1805–10 Culture: French Medium: cotton, metallic thread Accession Number: C.I.X.646

Evening dress Date: Culture: French Medium: cotton, metallic thread Dimensions: Length at CB: 76 in. cm) Credit Line: Museum Accession Accession Number:

Regency Gowns - The Regency Lady's Home Page

Wedding gown worn by Princess Charlotte of Wales, June 1816 - silver lama [lamé] on net, over a silver tissue slip, embroidered at the bottom with silver lama in shells and flowers. Body and sleeves to match, elegantly trimmed with point Brussels lace.

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